XPocalypse? What XPocalypse? A big chunk of antimalware software vendor Avast's users are sticking with XP despite the many risks.
A policy statement from the DOJ and FTC is aimed at giving companies assurance about sharing with each other.
Microsoft may be giving up on Windows XP, but many users don't appear to be ready to do the same.
In addition to CareerBuilder, new variants of the Trojan program target Monster.com, researchers from F-Secure said.
Cloud-based security suite brings enterprise-class control and consumer-friendly usability to organizations of up to 250 people.
AVG's suite offers adequate protection, but "adequate" doesn't cut it in this year’s round-up.
Trend Micro's suite combines first-rate protection with 5GB of free online backup, online-banking security, and more.
Suite offers tight security against all threats without slowing your system
Duck now: We're already knee-deep in data breaches, and this year also brings the imminent demise of Windows XP support and the certain rise of mobile malware.
New to the U.S. market, Eset's suite offers excellent antivirus if you can tolerate the drag it puts on your system.